1. Nigerian Players Likely To Change Clubs: Top Five January Transfer Targets

With the January transfer window set to open in the next three weeks, allnigeriasoccer.com takes a look at five Nigerian players who will most likely change clubs before the window closes.
1) Name :  Victor Moses
Club   : Chelsea
Linked with : Crystal Palace, Manchester United, Fulham, Wolves
Probable Cost : £23 million

2. Balogun Declares War On Chelsea, Expects Victory

Revealing his thoughts ahead of Sunday’s match at American Express Community Stadium, Balogun believes home advantage will play a key role in ensuring his sid wins against their visitors from London.

Balogun, who footballlive.ng recalls recently made history with a quick goal off the bench as a substitute and looks to have regained his place in the squad, is also looking ahead to playing in the encounter.

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3. Onome Ebi Reveals Falcons’ Gratitude To Pinnick

Footballive.ng can report that Ebi and other players in the Falcons’ squad are delighted with the role played by Pinnick in ensuring that all their financial entitlements and other needs for the African Women Cup of Nations were settled by the soccer governing body.

Ebi said Friday that she and her colleagues are grateful to Pinnick and the enter NFF for fulfilling all promises before and during the 11th AWCON in Ghana, where they emerged triumphant to third successive time and ninth time overall, returning home with the glittering trophy.

4. Chukwueze Is Villareal’s Precious Jewel – Coach

This is the verdict of The Yellow Submarine’s new coach, Luis Garcia, after Chukwueze hit target for the club in the Europa League on Thursday night, and helped them get a 2-0 win against Spartak Moscow.

Garcia was full of awe, after Chukwueze scored the opening goal for his side at Estadio de la Cerámica, with the result helping them top Group G and secure a place in the knockout round of the Euro competition.

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5. Vincent Enyeama returns with a BANG!

Enyeama, who is two years old in international retirement has also been on sabbatical at club level since he was frozen out of the Lille OSC first team by former Manager Marcelo Bielsa.

But on Friday, the two-time Ligat Ha’Al and African Cup of Nations winner shared a one-minute video that captured some of his best moments between the sticks.

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